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AutunRoman Theater

This semi-circular theater is built into the side of a hill. It could hold up to 20,000 spectators and has a diameter of 148m (485 ft). It is billed as the largest Roman theater in France.

Construction started about 70 BC. In the 17th century the theater was used as a quarry, supplying stones for the local military school.

Today the theater looks out on a lake and football (soccer) field. There is parking either above or below.

In early August there is a play about Autun's Roman past and on summer weekends a light and sound show.


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